So ,try splitting the image in this way. When you use ghost explorer to split the image, make sure that you keep the split point as 4 GB.For example, say you have a image.gho whose size is 9GB.Open Ghost Explorer and select File Menu->Open->browse and select the image.gho//this loads the image to ghost exlplorer//Now go to File Menu again, Select the option \" Compile\"Now you will get a new window to select the destination for the compiled image and in this particular window, make sure that you have a check mark on \"Span image\". This will enable the \"Split Point \" field. The value should be entered in MBs. So , in our case it should be 4096 MB. Give suitable filename, say \"image\". Click on save. Now the compilation starts automatically. The progress can be seen at the bottom of ghost explorer window.Once this is done successfully,the resulting image will have spans in following format:image.gho (size nearly 4GB)image001.ghs (size nearly 4GB)image002.ghs (size in some MBs).
Now go to Ghost Boot Wizard and create a new boot disk. And you can add image.gho to the same.In the next disk, You can add image001.ghsin the third disk, you can add image002.ghs.While creating your boot disk,Edit the start.bat as follows:In your START.BAT, the last line that you see would be \" start ghost32.exe\"
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Download Change Log v1.2 (Sep 2013). added support for Lenovo M90z and M92z v1.1. supports Dell OptiPlex GX620, 745, 755, 760, 780, 960, 980 Change Log v1.0 (Oct 2013). initial release Change Log v1.0 (Jun 2014). initial release DOS Disk The Ghost Boot Wizard can't create a DOS boot disk that supports more than one type of NIC. This disk supports multiple NICs, auto-detects the network adapter and launches Ghost. If your NIC isn't supported please send me the PCI Vendor & Device numbers (VEN & DEV Hardware IDs) and I can update the disk.
I have a disk image (ghost) of the disk need to be restored, and believe the ghost.exe should run from bootable USB with DOS, but I can't seem to create it. My laptop does not have a a cd-rom or floppy drive.I managed to find a Ghost utility that I could load from a bootable USB drive. Unfortunately, when I plug in my NTFS external drive (USB), it is not detected.
Now you have created a bootable USB that can help boot your computer, then you can create system image or other backup types according to your needs. Just choose one backup option and follow the wizard to make it. Besides, you can set scheduled backup to make it auto run daily/weekly/monthly.
The Ghost 2003 Retail CD is itself bootable, along with the Ghost v9.0 Restore CD. With v2003, using the -ghostoncd switch copies the executable (ghost.exe) to the root of the CD. The -bootcd switch bypasses it asking for a floppy and just copies it directly from the CD boot image. See this thread for more.
But you won't be using the latest version of Ghost with the bootable CD, since the ghost executable (ghost.exe) is updated via the Symantec Live Update feature (online), and you (almost) always want to use the latest version, which implements bug-fixes and adds features (such as support for Serial ATA drives). Back in the day, you used to have to do it this way ( Partition > To Image\">screen shot], you select your burner as the destination for the image [screen shot]. After you select compression [screen shot], Ghost will ask if you want to copy a bootable floppy to the CD-R [screen shot]. Then it will ask if the floppy disk is in the floppy drive, so you need to have your bootable floppy disk handy. Then it will ask if you want to proceed with the backup to CD-R [screen shot].
If you run into this problem, NightOwl has a solution posted here: Guide to Creating Bootable CD/DVDs without A:\\ Floppy Drive. He's a moderator at the forums and you can find him there. You might also want to check out Bart's Bootable Ghost Restore CD-ROM: \"ELGHOST\" (link compliments of Matt Reason), but that page is no longer being maintained. Along the same lines as ELGHOST is Bart's PE (Preinstalled Environment). RAD forum member Brian kindly thru together a page on how to get BartPE to work with Ghost9. See this thread: Using Bart's PE Bootable CD/DVD with Ghost9. This link might also help: Ultimate Boot CD. Update: check out this thread, too. See HERE for another possible solution. Update 05feb2004: I'm hearing reports that Ghost is *automatically* making CDs bootable if your laptop does not have a floppy disk drive. I suggest you try creating/burning an image to CD and see if the first disc will boot, before jumping through any digital hoops. Also, if you have SCSI optical drives [like me, I have a Plextor CD-ROM & burner], you will need to create a special boot diskette to be able to use your optical drives with Ghost. This is weird, because I have no problems using Ghost with my SCSI hard drives. It's only the SCSI optical drives that I need the special boot diskette for. 153554b96e